In 2009, a group of people got together and decided that they were going to do something about the pollution in Bread and Cheese Creek near Dundalk, Maryland. They created a non-profit, got sponsors and garnered partnerships with other non-profit organizations with similar goals. Oh, and by the way, they also happened to have facilitated several clean-up efforts that have resulted in more than 50 tons of garbage being removed from the stream and it’s surrounding areas. Check out their
website to see a pretty comprehensive list of what was pulled out of this creek!
If you have a cause worth fighting for, we hope you’ll find inspiration in this story. Go ahead and create a Call to Action today.
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Posted by Mark Contorno.
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